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  • Vitra Low Table Set
    Vitra Low Table Set
    "Clean, contemporary...cardboard? The Vitra Low Table Set was originally designed by architect Frank Gehry in 1972 as part of his ''Easy Edges'' series of furniture, which explored the aesthetic and structural possibilities of corrugated cardboard. As such--made out of untreated layers of cardboard and faced with natural hardboard--this set of three nesting side tables is both sturdy and uniquely textural."
  • Vitra Leather Side Table
    Vitra Leather Side Table
    "The Vitra Leather Side Table takes its design cue from its cousins, the Metal Side Tables. It has the same thin sheet steel top and tapered plinth base, but instead of being powder-coated, the bent and welded metal is covered in supple split leather. Felt glides finish off the softened look and feel. Designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec."
  • Vitra Gueridon Table
    Vitra Gueridon Table
    "While he usually specialized in the use of sheet steel to create his distinctive angular pieces, designer Jean Prouve also sought to show off wood as a viable material for a contemporary table. The result was the Vitra Gueridon Table, with a solid round wood top and wedge-shaped legs held together with lovely Black powder coated tubular steel struts."
  • Vitra Alcove Table
    Vitra Alcove Table
    "Complete your own private gathering space--for work, socializing or both--with the Vitra Alcove Table. Taller than your normal coffee table and shorter than a dining table, the Alcove Table is designed especially to fit between two closely positioned Alcove sofas, with a T-shaped base that makes it easy to access the cozy seating. Designed by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec."
  • Gueridon Bas Coffee Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    Gueridon Bas Coffee Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    In the early 1940s Jean Prouve turned his attention increasingly to wood as a material. In the case of the Gueridon Bas coffee table a sturdy top is positioned on three solid oak feet. The elements are connected to each other by means of a folded sheet metal construction. Materials: Solid oak with oiled finish. Natural oak, smoked oak or American walnut. Dimensions: Height 35cm x Diameter 80cm.
  • Vitra Plate Table
    Vitra Plate Table
    "As designed by Jasper Morrision, the Vitra Plate Table has a classic form and perfectly balanced proportions. The subtle curves at the top of the legs balance the otherwise clean, precise edges of the base and thin Carrara marble or powder coated MDF table top. Both components manage to be distinctive from one another, yet work together smoothly as a harmonious whole."
  • Vitra Cone Table
    Vitra Cone Table
    "Geometric yet understated, the Vitra Cone Table is a perfect companion to any of the Cone chairs or, really, any modern chair, armchair or sofa. Designed by Verner Panton as part of the Cone collection, this small side table includes the signature cone-shaped leg and cruciform stainless steel base."
  • Vitra Table Solvay
    Vitra Table Solvay
    "Jean Prouve is best known for his angular sheet steel furniture. However, when he designed the Vitra Table Solvay for the Solvay chemical company in 1941, Prouve used mostly solid wood (out of necessity due to metal shortages during WWII), with a central Black steel strut. The result is just as beautifully sculptural and structurally sound as his mostly steel pieces."
  • Vitra Metal Side Table
    Vitra Metal Side Table
    "While the Vitra Metal Side Table may not be the centerpiece of your modern design scheme, it certainly adds a fine finishing touch--not to mention a useful extra surface. The table is made out off sheet steel, with a thin top contrasting with the thick tapered plinth base. Available in a range of smooth powder-coated colors and sizes."
  • Vitra Gueridon Bas Coffee Table
    Vitra Gueridon Bas Coffee Table
    "While known mostly for angular lengths of metal in his designs, by the 1940s Jean Prouve started delving into all-wood furniture. An exquisite example of this period, the Vitra Gueridon Bas Coffee Table features a solid round wood top and three wedge-shaped legs. Metal only makes an understated appearance as a connector between the wood pieces."
  • Vitra A-Table
    Vitra A-Table
    "A signature piece designed by Maarten van Severen in 1992, the Vitra A-Table owes both its name and stability to the splayed stance of its legs. The top is surfaced with a smooth, soft and easy-to-clean layer of linoleum, which is then molded around the edges to achieve a clean, monolithic appearance. This effect continues through the black powder-coated steel legs."
  • Vitra Rise Table
    Vitra Rise Table
    "Be prepared to rise to any occasion with the Vitra Rise Table. Petite, height adjustable and lightweight, Rise can act as a side table, serving table or work surface in any room of the home. It features a powder coated and textured tabletop on a matching tulip base. An opening in the top acts as a practical carrying handle. Designed by Jasper Morrison."
  • Vitra Cone Side Table
    Vitra Cone Side Table
    Originally designed in 1958 by Verner Panton the low Cone Table is a side table with a conical central leg and forms an ideal supplement to any funky armchairs. Available in 2 colours.
  • Vitra Leather Side Table
    Vitra Leather Side Table
    Design by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, 2014.By Vitra.Leather Side Tables are covered with a high-quality, robust split leather. Precisely crafted with decorative seams, the leather covers give these side tables a rich, warm look and pleasant tactile feel. The aesthetic appeal of these sophisticated tables lies in the contrast between the thin, planar table tops and the volumetric, plinth-like bases. Select from two sizes and various leather finishes.
  • Vitra Rise Table
    Vitra Rise Table
    Design by Jasper Morrison, 2014.By Vitra.The Rise Table was designed by Jasper Morrison as a practical companion for the home. The circular form of the occasional table's top and base make it an appealing decorative accent in any interior. With its continuously adjustable height, it adapts to a wide variety of needs and situations: in its lowest position, it can be used next to an armchair or sofa as a side table and at the highest setting as a serving table or compact work surface. The attractive aluminium tulip base ensures stability and the table top in the same material is equipped with a practical carrying handle.
  • Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
    Vitra Noguchi Coffee Table
    Coffee Table is a stunning table designed by Isamu Noguchi, the prominant Japanese-American artist and landscape architect, in 1947. Created as part of a collaboration with the Herman Miller company, Noguchi named this his best work.. Now reproduced under license by Vitra.. A simple yet complex design, this is a feature table that will add style and character to any interior - a classic example of mid century design that is as relevant today as it was in the 40's.. Shown in Black Ash, also available in Walnut and Maple.. Please note some simple assembly required.
  • Vitra Sphere Table
    Vitra Sphere Table
    Design by Hella Jongerius, 2012.By Vitra.The Sphere Table possesses a unique silhouette with a playful presence and functional purpose. Featuring a solid oak frame and a center drawer with clean lines and a natural oiled finish, the table's right corner is enveloped by a spherical privacy bubble made out of dyed-through acrylic glass. This translucent bubble allows you to tuck laptops out of sight while still allowing light to flow freely into your workspace, and a selection of upbeat colors enhance your space with style. Metal support elements in powder-coated steel are matched to the shell's color to create a cohesive finished look.
  • Vitra Wood Table
    Vitra Wood Table
    Design by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2014.By Vitra.The Wood Table has an elegant, understated design: made of solid wood, its construction achieves maximum stability with a minimum of structural elements. Distinguished by its archetypal form and precisely balanced proportions, it appears at first glance as though it has always existed, as if we've seen it countless times before. And yet the Wood Table is indeed unique: its legs, made of solid wood with an oval profile, are horizontally connected by strong aluminium bridges that ensure the table's stability and prevent the frameless solid wood top from warping. The rounded edges on the bottom of the table top are not just a gesture of added comfort. Depending on the viewing angle, they give the table top an especially slender appearance, thus emphasising the elegance of the overall design. This feature is also found on the Wood Bench, making the two pieces an ideal combination for a variety of settings.
  • Vitra Table Solvay, 78-Inch
    Vitra Table Solvay, 78-Inch
    Design by Jean Prouv?, 1941.By Vitra.Created during World War II, Prouv? engineered the beautiful and practical Table Solvay, 78-Inch for the chemistry company it was named after: Solvay. Standing at 78" long, this table was designed for optimum durability. The wooden legs of the table are securely fastened to the center of the table top, and extend out at an angle to the table edges for complete balance. For further support, the table legs are attached to each other by a tubular steel strut. Although created for industrial use, the Table Solvay's strong and sturdy design complemented by the solid oiled wood, make it easy to conform into a household furniture piece sure to become the focal point of any room.
  • Vitra Cone Table
    Vitra Cone Table
    Design by Verner Panton, 1958.By Vitra. With its distinctive conical base, the low Cone Table is a natural complement to Verner Panton's Cone Chair or Heart Cone Chair. Featuring a compelling balance of proportions, the pointed base of this retro table's cone-shape is mounted on a brushed stainless steel cruciform foot.
  • Vitra Trap?Ze Table
    Vitra Trap?Ze Table
    Design by Jean Prouv?, 1950.By Vitra. Originally designed for the Cit? Universitaire at Antony, the name "Trap?ze" reflects the table's two strikingly shaped legs made of sheet steel which, together with the broad beveled edges of the table top, emphasize the construction's solid appearance. The dramatic Trap?ze Table features a base made of molded and black powder-coated sheet steel with a black coated laminate table top.
  • Vitra Occasional Table LTR by Charles and Ray Eames
    Vitra Occasional Table LTR by Charles and Ray Eames
    Low Table Rod Base (LTR) table, can be used as a side table in many different interiors. Charles and Ray Eames had several different versions of them in the Eames House. Even today there are many of these tables standing there, individually or in groups, decorated with objects from the Eames collection or simply acting as side table next to armchairs and sofas. Available in three different finishes: Black or white laminate, or gold leaf. Dimensions: Height 25cm Width 39cm Depth 34cm.
  • Gueridon Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    Gueridon Table by Jean Prouve for Vitra
    Prouve designed the Gueridon Table, with its particularly impressive structural clarity, for the University of Paris. This wooden table proves that modern tables do not have to be made of steel and glass and offers a variation on Prouve's standard formal language, with its architectural overtones, by using a natural material. Materials: Legs: solid oiled wood, tubular steel connection, black powder coated. Top: solid oiled wood - natural oak, smoked oak or american walnut. Dimensions: Height 74cm Diameter 90cm or 105cm.
  • Vitra Elliptical Table ETR by Charles & Ray Eames
    Vitra Elliptical Table ETR by Charles & Ray Eames
    This low coffee table with its elegant elliptical shape ressembles a surfboard and was quickly given the nickname "surfboard table". With its double chromed base, the table formally references a theme repeatedly varied on by the Eames, namely that of shaped steel rods welded together to make a fixed, static structure. ETR = Elliptical Table Rod Base. Materials: Laminate tabletop, chromed round steel base. Dimensions: Height 255mm x Length 2267mm x Width 746mm.
  • Vitra Metal Side Table by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
    Vitra Metal Side Table by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec
    The Metal side tables have an unassuming design. Thanks to the harmony of their dimensions and the attractive formal contrast between slender table tops and voluminous legs, they make an attractive addition wherever they stand. Available in three sizes and a range of colour options. Suitable for indoors. Please also see outdoor version. Materials: Moulded and welded sheet steel, high gloss and powder coated, felt glides. Dimensions: Small: 380 x 315 x 315 mm. Medium: 445 x 400 x 400 mm. Large: 355 x 700 x 315 mm.
  • Vitra Plate Table by Jasper Morrison
    Vitra Plate Table by Jasper Morrison
    Quite in keeping with Jasper Morrisons philosophy of super normal design, the Plate Coffee Tables have a classic shape and finely balanced proportions. The design thrills with its accomplished interplay of soft roundings and precisely positioned edges. The refined base frame and the thin table top complement perfectly and yet are clearly distinct from each other. Materials: Top: Carrara Marble or Medium density fibreboard. Base: Die-cast aluminum steel and powder-coated tubular steel. Dimensions: Square: 365 x 400 x 400 mm. Large Square: 365 x 700 x 700 mm. Rectangular: 365 x 1200 x 400 mm. Large Rectangular: 365 x 1200 x 700 mm.
  • Vitra Metal Side Table
    Vitra Metal Side Table
    Design by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec, 2004.By Vitra.The Metal Side Tables belong to that category of furniture, which, while not being the focal point of the fittings, is nonetheless indispensable in making them complete. Small, rather unassuming aids, they can be easily moved to other locations and used for a wide variety of purposes, performing a wide range of valuable services. Thanks to the harmony of their dimensions and the attractive formal contrast between slender table tops and voluminous, socle-like legs, they make an attractive addition wherever they stand.
  • Vitra Map Table
    Vitra Map Table
    Design by Edward Barber & Jay Osgerby, 2011.By Vitra.Map is a universal table, with universal good looks and a growing resume of practical applications. Its discreet, functional design language is suited to many interior spaces. As an elegant individual table, Map is well suited to a home office or workspace. Map tables may also be combined to form islands or fixed together into rows for use in conference or meeting spaces. These configurations can easily be taken apart and recombined as needed.Map's vertical table legs are made of tubular steel and fastened to the table top using a fan-shaped, die-cast plate. This seemingly simple technical solution not only serves to reinforce the table top, but with its integrated numbering system, it also enables a range of leg positions. Switching out a few screws enables tables to be assembled in a range of different configurations: fitted flush together or next to each other, stacked or linked to form rows. A plastic glide that can be adjusted without the use of tools ensures that the table tops always remain level.The Map Table is offered with a Melamine/ABS, Light Oak Veneer or Dark Oak Veneer table top. Select your table top, then select powder-coat or Chrome base.
  • Vitra Gu?Ridon Bas Coffee Table
    Vitra Gu?Ridon Bas Coffee Table
    Design by Jean Prouv?, 1944. Inspired by his use of wood in the early 1940s, Jean Prouv? designed the Gu?ridon Bas Coffee Table to be sturdy and elegant. A round top is balanced on three solid oak legs making the Gu?ridon Bas Coffee Table substantial and modern simultaneously. Elements are connected to each other by means of a folded sheet metal structure. The Gu?ridon Bas Coffee Table encapsulates the mid-century era and the simplicity of the time.Select Natural Oak or Dark Oak.
  • Vitra Prismatic Table
    Vitra Prismatic Table
    Design by Isamu Noguchi, 1957.By Vitra.Noguchi's "Prismatic Table" is based on purely geometric forms. This novel three-legged side table with its hexagonal tabletop is made of folded sheet aluminum and was inspired by traditional Japanese paper folding techniques. Collection Vitra Design Museum.
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